In an interview with BBC News broadcaster Jeremy Paxman on Newsnight, erratic comedian-turned erratic political theorist Russell Brand symbolically fired the latest shot of a revolution. An apathetic, philosophical revolution, but a revolution nonetheless.
This year, we’re being pro-active in our approach to Halloween by telling you all what the top costumes of the season will be for the apathetic and sarcastic on a budget. At least, these are the costumes we hope to see.
In the wake of a $19 million dollar cut to mental health services, Kansas has begun courting corporate sponsors to pick up the rest of the bill.
Journalist Glenn Greenwald from the Guardian receives dream opportunity from man in black.
NY street vendors strive to be mistaken for Bansky himself in the hopes of selling their work for at least 10 times their asking price. Or even just their original asking price.
The most logical way to abandon the national family dinner altogether on Thanksgiving would be for stores to serve turkey dinner at their entrances.
Most senators are optimistic that a deal will be arranged to reopen the government and extend the debt ceiling, but some politicians are not so sure.
In an effort to showcase the most useless ideas in robotics, Boston Dynamics unveiled Atlas and WildCat.